The best Vines of the last 7 days include the new Samsung Galaxy S5 terrorizing London (in a good way), Home Depot gearing up for the start of the DIY season, Children in Need at the London marathon, and Marmite taking on Vegemite in the battle of the salty yeast spreads.
A video that shows the devastation of daily life for children in a war-zone was the most viewed YouTube ad in the U.S. last month, with over 28 million views. The fact that it was set in the UK, rather than Syria or The Sudan jolted a lot of viewers and generated many shares across social networks.
The best Vines of the last 7 days include Oreo with its nod to the return of ‘Game of Thrones’, Samsung with a much-needed fortune cookie fix, Spotify with a plea to tell us how music makes us feel, and two charities who are using the platform to promote important campaigns.
When the British Red Cross wanted to reach as many teenagers as possible to teach them the benefits of learning first aid, they knew they had to create a campaign that would engage them from the start. So it reached out to some top UK YouTube creators to help. The results were very encouraging.
In our pick of the best videos of the week we follow Superman as he flies high above the rooftops of LA with his trusty GoPro, watch a very naughty dog when his owner’s back is turned, and learn what a blessing having a child can be, despite the difficulties. Welcome to Viral Video Friday.
Taco Bell shows off its new breakfast menu, ToyotaUSA takes us on a daydream, Peanuts launch their new movie, and Oreo cookies celebrate St Patrick’s Day. Watch these, and other best Instagram videos of the past 7 days
The second annual What’s Trending Tube-a-Thon kicks off this Thursday, to raise money for homeless youngsters in America. Some of the biggest names on YouTube will entertain the public in a 2 hour live-streamed show straight from YouTube Space L.A.
Huge numbers of viewers skip the pre-roll ads every time they come across them. However, a new video advertising campaign from a UK charity wants you to take a few seconds to see how much of an opportunity you are willing to give an ex-offender at his job interview.
A recent study in the e-mail video campaign of charity: water sheds light on how to create an e-mail campaign that works, that compels rather than annoys. The trick: only send to people who want to receive these e-mails, don’t ask for the money, and compel people to want to help.
It's that time of year when we start seeing lists of the top everything from everywhere, and Visible Measures has just announced their top 10 most viral charity campaigns of 2012. In the year that is clearly PSY's as far as viral video extravaganzas, it's …